Grand Cayman is the largest of the three Cayman Islands and one of the more developed diving locations in the northern Caribbean. So whatever dive center you choose this will be a nice and smooth memory. But what is this island known for then? Well most of all for it's fantastic wall diving. Especially the North Wall is absolutely fantastic. This is a near vertical drop-off that makes for an amazing diving experience. The variety of fish, corals, sponges and caves on the wall is truly amazing. And we almost forgot to mention Stingray City where southern stingrays are found in abundance and visitors can pet and interact with the animals with scuba gear!

Eldemire's Tropical Island Inn

Shangri-La B&B

La Cazetta

Sea Palm Villas

Harbour View

Sea Spray Cottage

Turtle Nest Inn & Condos

Spotts Beach Houses

Seasports Diving

Turtle Divers

OTW Divers

Cayman Diving

Deep Blue

Ambassador Divers

Divetech Grand Cayman

Divers Down

Don Foster's Dive

Indigo Divers

Living the Dream

Sunset House

Lobster Pot Dive

Neptune's Divers

Eden Rock Diving Center

Happy Fish Divers

DNS Diving Grand Cayman

Cayman U Divers

Wall to Wall Diving

Tortuga Divers

Cayman Marine Lab

Epic Divers
Cayman Dive Lodge

The best time to visit the Cayman Islands is during the dry season from mid-November to the month of May. Although the Caymand Islands is a year round holiday destination and the temperature is good year round, the humidity is higher during hurricane season from June to November with a greater possibility of tropical showers. But underwater visibility is certainly better in summer than in winter. So choose wisely!

Fly into Owen Roberts International Airport on Grand Cayman (Airport Code GCM) from most eastern US cities. This is also the strategic gateway to the other two sister islands.


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